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Synopsis[ edit ] Newspaper sports columnist Mitch Albom recounts the time spent with his year-old sociology professor, Morrie Schwartzat Brandeis Universitywho was dying from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ALS.
Albom, a former student of Schwartz, had not corresponded with him since attending his college classes 16 years earlier. The first three chapters incorporate an ambiguous introduction to the final conversation between Albom and Schwartz, a brief flashback to Albom's graduation, and an account of the events Albom experienced Tuesday with morie graduation and the reunion with his professor.
After seeing Schwartz on NightlineAlbom called Schwartz, who remembered his former pupil despite the lapse of 16 years.
Albom was prompted to travel from Michigan to Massachusetts to visit Schwartz. A newspaper strike frees Albom to commute weekly, on Tuesdays, to visit with Schwartz. The resulting book is based on these fourteen Tuesdays they meet, supplemented with Schwartz's lectures and life experiences and interspersed with flashbacks and allusions to contemporary events.
Important Figures[ edit ] Mitch Albomis the author of Tuesdays With Morrie and serves as one of the main characters for the novel. Within the novel, Albom is a writer for a sports column in the Detroit Free Press and possess a Masters in Journalism. The book's main story revolves around his rediscovery of his old college professor, Morrie Schwartz, through an episode of Nightline.
After reconnecting with his old teacher, he finds himself Morrie's pupil once again as the latter passes teachings of life, death, to Mitch.
He is the main character within the story. After falling out of contact, Morrie is diagnosed with ALS and finds himself in deteriorating health. He later makes an appearance on Nightlinegaining national attention and reconnecting with Albom.
Morrie once again serves as Albom's teacher, this time, imparting wisdom about the happenings of life and death. Morrie eventually passes away from the terminal disease, but the impact of his final lesson is still relevant today through Albom's writings.
A theme of personal transcendence appears for both characters: This transformation is experienced by both characters through Morrie's deteriorating health.
Morrie shows us the value of retaining dignity in the face of death; that love is the most valuable thing we can offer to each other. Rather, dying and death are natural processes and need to be acknowledged for what they are—natural events.
Morrie remarks that we often see ourselves as dissimilar to each other, rather than similar. He goes on to promote the value of investing in people rather than material objects.Morrie's Auto Group is a dealer group serving the Twin Cities area and Chippewa Falls, WI with a superior selection of new vehicles.
Mitch Albom, the book's narrator, recalls his graduation from Brandeis University in the spring of After he has received his diploma, Mitch approaches his favorite professor, Morrie Schwartz, and presents him with a monogrammed briefcase. A journalist finds himself questioning his own life when his best friend, a dying man, offers him some very powerful wisdom and advice for coping in relationships, careers and society.
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